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THE CtttAIIA SVXPAY BEE: MAT I. inift.
f Among the Women's Club
Georgia Clubi Take Up Energetic Campaign for Spreading the Work
Among the Women on the Farmi T. W. C. A. Snmmer Camp at Carter
Lake Now Getting Attention Lake Genera Conference Program Out.
Hi; GfoTj.a Federation . if
omen c club t aa brjvn a
definite rampiKn that oupht to
htr . . i I
jTaciicai suRgestiona 'o ,
Nebraska and other agricultural
tat A aneciaJ if fort l be
lli, made to orpanlie the women on the
farms and mnkt the country woman's c'.ub
the same educating, broadening, uplifting
arency that the city tlub has been and ir
till to thousands of women. Conference
liai been held In various parts of the
ataie for diaiuhslon of the problems of
the women on the farms and of their melt
ing ground with the-city and smail town
women. The benefits to be derived (rum
such conferences are mutual. The po;.si
b.litie of organisation among women have
. "' 'roor.traieu ,
nrraiitia in f ha -,, -..,.. . i
nely to the wormn of
t: citiea, whll
the coutiiry upmen ht d
aloof, too busy with home affair i- or too
little familiar with organization woik t.t
t wish to affiliate. It Is ticnlficent that the
request for help in organ. zauon ii now
ceTnlng- from tha country women them
elvea. The club movement baa extended
from tha city to the small town and from
there to the farm, and w her country clubs
exist they are among the flrongcai and
most profitalii In tne.i ctatts. The 1
Woman a auxiliary fi the Farmers' lns.i- j I'r. Iner I'hiibrirk of Uneoin. ir side lit
tut has in the past, and comparaliv t !y j of the Nebraska Woman Suffrage assoria-
lecent past., afforded ib only club center 'lion spent Saturday In Omaha arranging
' Uir U, farmer I wlf and daughter afc.de , for a week serlea of addressee to be
from th church women ocieUta, whiihigiven by I'r. Byron Aylesworth, Ll. 1).,
ate too specific In their work to accom-'who is spending' Several weeks in the slate
phsh much outside the church. The c'oun- under the aufpices of the association. He
try club movement Is growing now through 1 will addrcr several associations. Including
the district federation of the state clubi the Social Service (lub, Young Men Cbris
O iarnzatlon. Through these smaller oi-itian association, labor unions and several
ganization all clubs can be located and a M ' n. igh bor hood parlor meetings of women,
group likely to work together are being ) Twelve ner.' ciuhs have been organized in
organid. Th responsibllltle of the dls- j the state throueh Pr. Aylesworth's work
trlct vie president are incrta:ng each I ar.d rr.anr of these are officered by mn.
year in even greater proportion than those
cf the state president. The tendency is M, ,.,, u. nil ,ni, M,. , ,, .rt
to localize ard with the district vice pret
dent reata the resronsthflii v of kfinvinr her I
, ,. . . , ' ,. " ... i
terrlton-. knowing It need and it possi- i
bllitle and directing one to meet the other
Her work cannot be limited to the federa
tlun; it is essentially beyond uch limita
tlon and ha to do with organizing clubs !
and bringing them Into the federation, as !
well a arranging convention programs
and strengthening organizations already'
The ummer camp of the Young Women a
Christian association at Carter lake prom- i
iaes tu be one of the popular department !
of its work this year. The new bungalow, !
which will be opened the middle of May, i
w Jl afford a gathering place and a center
and many of the young women are plan- '
ning to spend much of their vacation time !
there. The physical director will give in
struction in swimming and row ing and a
number of tents will be pitched nearby, j
The membership is bus? Just now ftnding
a suitable name for the bungalow and sug
gestions are invited from all.
Dr. W. O. Henry will give the next num
ber on the educational course, a atereop
ticon Illustrated lecture on London. Mon
day evening. May IS, is the date.
The "B. B. B.," one of the oldest Biblo
study classes of the association, will hold
it annual meeting Friday evening, May C.
1 'inner will be served at 6 o'clock and will
be followed by a program, after which the
business meeting will be held.
Ivike Geneva conference of the Young
Women' Christian association promises to
be a popular vacation place for business
women this year and not a few local
women will go there. August 16 to 20 are
the dates and besides the programs the
recreation features are exceptional. The
conferences are confined to the morning
and the afternoon reserved exclusively for
rest and recreation. Miss Theodat P.
Wilson, director of religious work, will
have charge of arrangement for the local
delegation. It is estimated that f4f will
cover all expenses of railroad fare, board,
tuition fees and Incidentals. Young women
wishing to Join the delegation may get In
formation from Miss Wilson.
Omaha Society of the Fine Arts has an
nounced lta program for the coming year,
modem French paitinga to afford the
theme. The meetings will be held fort
nightly and the following leaders will nerve
during the year: Mr. Howard H. Baldrlge,
Mrs. Myron Learned, Mis Laura Scott.
Mr. A. W. Bowman, Mr. L. F. Crofoot,
Mra. Walter T. Page, Mr. O. T. Eaelman,
Mrs. 'William C. (Jarratt, Mra. H. E. Foy,
Miss Caroline Iodge, Mrs. W. C. Shannon,
Mra. Carl C. WrlKht. Mr. J. P. Palmer
and Mra. C W. Russell.
The local chapter of Daughters of the
American Revolution will hold it annual
meeting and election of officers Monday,
May 9. at the library. The meeting ha
been postponed tu this date that reports
of the Continental congress, held recently
ljfY'ashlngton, may be made by Mrs. A. K
5iilt. who. with Mis. W. B. MLlard, rep
resented the local chapter.
Nebraka Women a Christian Temperance
union has Incorporated woman suffrage In
11 plan of work along with Its effort for
county option. Th slat executive board and
department superintendent met Thursday
and Friday of last week at Frenioilt in
annual council and It wa one of the
largest meetings held. The union will be
Instructed this fall to work for a constitu
tional amendment in Nebraska granting
the ballot to women.
Mr. Emma F. Byer and Mis F. M
Crittenden represented th locaJ Young
Women' Christian association at the con
ference of college women at Lincoln Fri
day and Saturday.
Nebraska delegation to the Cincinnati
biennial convention of th General Fed
eration of Women Club will leave Omaha
Monday evening. May 9. at 6 o'clock, over
'.he Northwestern. A special car has been
engaged and lb delegation promise to-be
full. Nebraska women will meet the Iowa.
This lucuiuUon la the only one"
la. the central weat w ith eeparat
bulldlLf situated In tbelr oi
roivle ground, jet entirely dis
tinct and rendering It possible to
classify caeca Tn one building
being fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of noncontagious and
sonmental dlseas. no others be
ing Admitted. Tfce other, Jteet
Cottage, being designed for and
devoted to the exclusive treatment
of select mental cases, requiring
for a time watchful care anu pe
dal A ura: la-
Minnesota and wif-conaln dele?atlon at (
Chlc-airo Tuesday and all go on to Cin
cinnati together from thre As far as
definite 'y knon the delegation iil In
ch de Mia F. H Cole, state president:
Mrs M I Cameron. M: W. P. llarfu.-d. '
M-s. Kdgar Allen. Mrs Sterling M Me
Caw. Mrs. J T. Johnson. Miss .leatiette
Je.-sop. all of i lino ha. Mrs II. I- K'efe of
WaltriM. Mrs II. M. P.jshne!!. Mr?. A. A. ;
Scott. Mrs (iect'ge I'he'ps. Mrs. iees and
Miss Anna Miller, nil of Ijinco'n; Mrs. J. j
M. lUitan of Hasting. Mf. I.. J. Cow in of I
Asnland. Mrs. V. H. Harrison and Mrs '
Gertrude Ca-ca Iden tf fork. Mrs. Wl',- I
Ham l.iavidaon of Springfield. Mrs C. B i
Ianirw urthy. Mrs. G.enn Hanson and Mrs. '
l'eikman of Seward. Mrs. W. It. Mead of
York Mr. j v Psij, c,f s.
J. Gist and 1
t, G. S.mnn of Kidney. Mrs. T
I lira William Wilson of Falls City and
j probably Mrs. Am. a Morey and Mrs. Sew el! j
i The Nebraska car il rach the Weils
I street nation at T 4i Tuesday morning and
i be .wltchei to th Polk S'reet station. !
where It leave at 12. This will give the
women time to receive friends Tue round
trip fare from Omaha wi.l be $J2 !ii and
the sleeper will be M W.
Omaha woman club or the railway mall
aervice at th national convention. hicli Madame Frieda Langendorff. mezzo so
ls to be held In Kansa City May U. 2i. prano; Mrs. Lucille Tewkshury, soprano:
'Miss Marlntta Bagby, coturalto; I'avid 1.
Mrs. Margaret Richardaon Knipe is the , L'usgan, tenor, Arthur MiddHton, hass;
Mendelssohn Choir Concert.
Ki. Kelly's Organization Will Make Its Pirst Public Appearance at
the Brandeis Theater Tuesday Evening of Next Week Why Asso
ciation Was Formed and What it Has and Hopes to Accomplish
HE Mendelssohn choir will g've
a concert on May 10 at the
Brandeis theater. i
That is a simple, straightfor- ;
ward statement, to be sure, but ;
what does It mean? A ho, or
what, in the Mendelssohn choir?
To bepin with so that you may ston
reading, if you wish, at this point sis con
ductor is the one who is writing these
lines, and whoe name is at the end of
this music column of The Bee every Sun
day during the musical season. It Is not
often that the musical critic of The Bee
draw his own work Into his column, or
uses the music eolumn of The Bee to ex
ploit himself or his pupl's but on this oc
casion he reel It hi duty and privilege
to write some word about the Mendelssohn
"VVht is the Mendelssohn choir?
To go back to the origin of the Men
delssohn choir would be to go back a long
wy. It is a reincarnation rather than
a birth: It Is the ripened outgrowth of
seversl other musical orsanlratlons which
preceded it, rather than a new planting.
This Mendelssohn choir wa really
tarted over there In Worcester,
England, when the musical critic of The
Bee wa listening to the wonderful "Three
Choirs' Festival "the choirs of Worcester. I
Hereford and Gloucester, which combine
In an annual festival, and. by the way.
theae festival have been In existence for
Writing from Worcester, this beautiful
old Cathedral City in England, the writer
sent tbese word to The Bee:
"During the day of this great 'Festival
of the Three Choir,' in this interesting
old city, my thoughts have often recurred
to Omaha and its possibilities as a festival
musical center. Time waa when Omaha
tried to do something worthy along that
line and promised to get into the class of
cities which should attract serious atten
tion, keeping step, as It were, in the
march of progreaa. with such place as
Cincinnati, Worcester (Mass 1, Oberlin,
Milwaukee, Rotkford. Lincoln or Mount
"Of late year the fact that Omah has
been making a standard all it own, in
stead of working on the lines of progress,
ha made some of the judicious grieve,
and 'policy, has silenced the voice of dis
approval which should have been heard,
while wholly unprepared and musically
weak presenation have been accepted as
a musical festival by pies and public
"Some of us in Omaha have felt this
very keenly and have spoken of It to
others. We are usually met by the flat
teringly unctuous remark that Omaha
must be given l ine In which to develop
a statement hopelessly absurd. because
Omaha has been not only 'standing itill'
musically, but going backward."
And the determination waa then entered
upon that the writer would make another
effort to Induce Omaha to take up and
live up to tfce standards recognised by
cities, ar.d not that which is the pride of
To thi end he organized the Mendels
sohn choir, stating positively that the pur
pose of thia choir would be for Omaha
future glory and not wi'.h the avowed ob
ject of getting ready to g ve ome enter
tainments at the end of the season. That
no public performance would be given the
first season was dlsnnctlv stated: that
only those were wanted who were willing ! four "r of existence it ha. become a Oscar Figman 1 still pl.ylt.g the Ma s ,,
to work towards the perfection of choral1"-'1" WT classic, circled the globe, and v ian Ambassador In hi usual pamstakitg
art; those who were willing to work things ha been presented, by more than U0 com- and artistic manner. The chief new figure
out; to get behind the notes, to the .pint ' Pni. in Europe alone. "Better, even. In th present cast is Harold Blake .-,-,-and
soul of the work, being studied. to'th '"' ar(m ,t" tr:,'Ml1 'Jered finy to be the tenor par ex
get to the he.rt of the compo.er by giv- V'Pul verdict upon thi eason produc- cellence of the light opera stag.-. Amors
in. -,..., irt.f.i,.i,i. ,,t.i.hh m.-i, 'Hon. Wherever tin queen, of operettas musiral people gr-at interest lias kin
to the interpretation and illumination of
the teat and music, even If it took a greet
deal of time.
The Mendelssohn choir standard at
tracted to itself gradually the most earn
est, most Intelligent, and moat musical,
choral organization which haa ever been
assembled In the far city of Omaha Its
own hundred member hsv been it finan
cial mpporter. It traury 1 not empty.
It haa no debts It ha rbeared for two
keason. with unremitting fidelity. It ha
gon quietly on its way: It ha at it com- I
mand -Hiawatha Weddit g-Feat." th ; (h, rlne ch4rmirir , n ho have in,er. j .
Death of Minnehaha." ard Mendelssohn i prvte(j ln America the Merry Widow title I Willie Collier Is coming to the Brandeis
'Elijah." which It know practically role . Mts Wi'ber is considered th best e-! -n Sutidy and Monday. May l.",. and 10.
without "notta": and It ha a'-! ponent of the chrcte. Mis Wllber com- i for two performance of "A Lucky Star."
most harmed the greet Verdi "Requiem." j bine the rare talent of ltiglng, acting t the oomedj ln w hich he ha been appear
The Mendelsohn boir will not giv any and dancing. Certain women who have i lug under the management of Mr. Charle
wore with orchestra at present, bcaue J played tb Merry W dow tav possessed Frohman In New Tt-rk, with great eucces. I
fl-t riTnB lrr to ri'ear In th rrltn- i
l'iai court of M'tt.tnrpery county, Prnn- I
i; lvni, a rounofl fur a mi eharpt-d
with a cupital offeri Vr Knipf ! the 1
;fr .f I trough Sdiicitur Krir" and the
priKcnrr ste apteard to deft nd la Itta e ;
Inup. a Polish R.rl chars-ed with Infant- I
tide. I'r. Mary Urljnim of ih Woman'
Medical coliepft of I'hiiad'-llttna tetifieil ,
Uat th deed a." committt d .hi the !
Sir! a t miKtrarily insane I
J Tlie m rubers of the Worn' n s Christian i
j Temperance, union in Wisconsin are re- j
joelving congratulation from almost every i
Country on the globe because ef their sue
'cess in g ttlng the faculty and student;
of the State university in s.gn an agree- j
merit whrhy they pledged themselves to
stop treating to intojurant Itcjuors. There
!re said to have hem near'y 4i0 sipna-
I The Iad.es L trrary Sitc.eiy Alumnae
May Musical Festival Programs
Official Announcement of the Oratoria Society's Plan for the Coming
Concerts Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and Several Noted Solo
ists to Be Featured Mr. Sims to Direct His Singers The Programs.
O MK.tT the muny inquiries -
which have come to the man- Fischer, 'cellist; Max Landow, pianist; (..
asemert or the Muv MisiCdliS. Haverstork. tiaritone. The accompan
festlvnl, the t ffic.al programs Ists w ill be Madame August M. Borglum
have tiers prepared early and j and Martin W. Bush.
n:e herewith presented, fori FHOCRA M N' ' 1
I il'tl! Gj
Holder of litktts ore reminded
that the.r tickets may b. exchanged for
reservid seats at the Biandeis box office
on Tutsdav, Mav JO. (nhers desiring
son ticket, should get them mis week. o
ks to have choice f f sea bt fore the gen-
eral sale opens Allures Mr. (I, C. Swing-
l . ihlc u ci L o: , Xw Hum ton
apartments, or telephone Ihiuirlas 7172
.The first concrt will he gl en on the,
evening or j u-scl.ty, may it. aim trie '""' '
will follow i-, Wednesday and Thursday
The matinees w ill be pivm on
Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
The concei ts w ill tie given by the Omaha
Oratorio society. .1. 11. Simms. director;
the Minneapolis Symphony orchestra. Emil
Madame Jane Osborn-Hannah. soprano.
it has not the funds for such an expensive'
undertaking.. But on Tuesday evening, j
May loth, the Mendelssohn choir will rive '
a concert of beautiful choral muaic, four-'
part, six-part, and eight-part, and it willj
trv to show Omaha what can be done in a
choral way within its borders.
If Omaha wants to hear the Mende'ssohn
choir ung next season with orchestra, the
Mendelssohn choir will b ready to "de
liver the good." v
And on thi aforesaid Tuesday evening,
May 10, the Mendelssohn choir, besides sing
ing a program of unaccompanied choral
music, will take great pleasure in intro
ducing to the people of Omaha, as assisting
artist, Mr. John Forsell, the distinguished
baritone of the Royal Opera, Stockholm,
Sweden, and of the Metropolitan Opera,
New York. Mr. Forsell is a man of the high
est capacity and capability as an artist.
He has received the most unstinted praise
in the American press as well a abroad,
and hi singing of three groups of ongs
will be of mot unusual interest.
The Mendelssohn choir concert is not
part of. slid has no connection whatever
with the May Festival, which will follow a
week later, wheu Mr. Oberhoffer and the
Minneapolis Symphony orchestra will be
here for several concert in co-operation
with the May Festival chorus.
It o hppen tht these two event are
in close Juxtaposition through the fault of
no one especially, but because of condi
tions. The Mendelssohn choir had hoped to
give It concert in March, and waited
anxiously for the completion of the Bran
dei theater: when that wa completed, the
assisting artist who was expected, Mr.
Bruno Steindel, the famous 'cellist, was 1
unable to give a date. The earliest possible
arrangement that could be made with an
artist of note wa May 10. This state
ment is made that there need be no con
fusion a to the two events.
THOMAS J. KELLY.
(Note. It i but Justice to ay that the
May Festival association ha changed con
ductors Binoe the conditions mentioned were
written bout, from Worcester, England.
K) SlBBlral olr.
On Thursday evening a recital was given
ty Mr. Julius Fetstrier. piano pupil of Miss
Gertrude Etrnst. Mr. FVstner was assistea
by Miss Lora Louise Omen, pupil of Mr.
Jo Barton, and Miss Clara Olsen, pupil of
Miss Ernst, was accompanist. Mr. Fvsl
tier played number by Poldinl, Grieg,
Leschetskl. Orth, Lack. Bchuman. Mar
In. well. Chopin. Luvalee. Sinding and
B-vorak. and Miss Olsen sang songs by
Ttresci dtl Rlgo end Guy d'Hardelot.
At the Omaha Theaters
Savage Sendi Back "The Merry 'Widow" for Four Performances at the
Brandeis Willie Collier Coming in "A Lucky Star' Orpheum Ees
a Strong Bill for the Week Pictures Continue at the Boyd Gayety
Announces Its Closing Extravajanza and Approach of Summer Season
HE MERRY W1LK.IW." which one or another of these qualities to a
Henry W. Savage will offer at marked degree, but In none has the cum
the Brandt's for three days, bination been so Fpler.didly exemplified as
tarting Thursday right, matt-! In the person of the beautiful Miss Wil
nee Saturdov, is believed bv her. George Demerol, than wit mi there
many to be tne biggest success has been no better Prince Dar.ilo. wii. no
In the history of the stage. During
has appeared there has followed thia de- mar.ift-sted In the light opca debut of
deration, and with it an ent husiasiie Mlsa Sophia Barnard, w ho will sins the
statement that the Lehar masterpl-ce ;t- role of Natalie. She last appeared In poi,
seif is no w hit lea delightful and inspir- ic a one of the soloists w nen tun-imc
ing than the day it first saw the glare t f Nordlca made her transcontinental torn
the footlight one thug i certain, th- 'filers (,f prominence ie rhur Wo.ilei ,
del ir lor melodies, Inloxirstlrg rhythms Charles Edward W right. Willian. V.
md brill'ant gavt-ty of 'The Merry Widow" Strung. Louis Milliard '-d Winm'r 3
do not lost bv rep'.iiion. lndci-d. It is noi Marshall. With such a cast, new scenic
until the third or fo.iuh bearing that c;;e and costume equipment, together with 'he
begin to tea!:ze the manifold charms of famou Savage English Grctid Opera or
the operetta. We aie specially interested ; ehesli a. the return int of "The Merry
In tl. piesmt engagement because Mattel j Widow" should prove a red litter musical
Wtlber will be sc-en in th name nart. Of I event of the present theatrical seas .n.
assoc. alien has jst es'.ahl sr ed the f rs:
rho'a-sh'p for advanced work at Oherlin
college. This scholar'h.p Is named In hm"r
of Mrs. A. A. Johnston and is railed tie
Johnston Traveling Fellowslrp The amount
is .'""i a:id it is intended tliat the holder
shall pursue a def.n te cour of stuy
Mis Vih Cheney l,r been elected
pitsident of the Wnmana 1 nterna: ional
Iigue of K.glit T. unking and lilght L.!v
ltig. The leapue Is a philanthropic orguni
tation which aims to form rhaptrr all
over the world. The first chapter was
formed In New York a short time apo.
Miss Vada Goldstein of Melbourne hss
been nominated for the Snnte ff Fed
erated Australia on a non-partisan plat
form by the Woman Political association.
The chief p anks in the r'atf0"11 r unl
form marriage and divorce law.
Klehard t. z"rworiky, vionnisi, v-aur
Tuesday Evening. Mav- 1,. h.l. Shs-p
I J Madame Knvdi ' I.K.igen.lorif:
i Kichard Cr.trwonky. C. S. Haverstock
bta-jHymn to Music Oudn y Buck
c uutterfly Hultay
; ' Mr Czerwonkv.
Aim nil, o c-im. nom i of o
Madame ' Lang- rid'.'.'ff.
H ,.. , ine Sl)C Mendelssohn
fc T a xv,() jiof,r Mail inn ell
h. Andante from Viollncohiart Mendelssohn
Alia 1'olacra tcnarweKiia
a. The Cry of Rachel
b. Kr 1st
r ouvre tea yeux bleu
d. L'er Lent
Madame Langeriijorf f.
AecotopanlHts: Madame August M Borg
lum, Martin W. Bush.
PROGRAM NO. 11
Wednesday Matinee. May IK. 2 1)0 P. M.
Minneapolis Symphony orchestra. F.mil
Oberhoffer. director; Mrs. Lucille Tewks
burv, I'avid 1. I'uggan, Richard Cier
Ovtrture to Magic Flute Mozart
Surprise Symphony tlavdn
(a i adagio, allegro; iM theme and
variations: to mlnueito; idi al
legro di motto
Ton Flaunt Your Beauty, from Golden
Threshold Liza Lehmann
Valse Triste Sibelius
Gipsy Airs Sarasate
In the Mountain Village. . 1 ppolitov-1 w anov
Viola. Jean Koch: Englisn horn,
Ae Maria, f-om Cross of Fire i'.ruch
Symphonic Form Les Ptelu.des Liszt
PROGRAM NO. III.
Wednesdav Evening. May IS. S Ki Sharp.
Minneapolis Symphony orchestra. Knil
Oberhoffer. conductor; Madame Jane u-born-Hannah,
Overture to a fchakespearean Comedy..
Three movements from Symphony No. 5
si tempo di valse; tb romanza (an
dantino con alcuna licenzu; c)
1 him U:. undarte maestoso '
Aria Abscheulicher, from Fidelio
Concert for pianoforte and orchestra
' in E flat Liszt
Symphonic Poem On the Shores of the
a. A i f Flugeln de Gesanges. .Mendelssohn
b. Aurtrage ch'imarit.
c. Summer Ideal Coleridge-Taylor
d. W e Are Free, (dedicated to Mme
Hannah) YA alter Morse Rummt ll
Aat the piano. Madame Borglum.
Introduction to Act 111 and Bridal
Chorus, from Lohengrin W earner
PROGRAM NO. IV.
Thursday Matinee. May IK. L':30 P. M
Minneapolis Symphony orchestra. Emil
Oberhoffer. conductor; Miss Marietta I
liagby. Arthur Mtdleion, Carlo Fischer.
Overture Der Improvisator, carnival
In Paduai d Albert
Two movements from Rustic Wedding
ta Bridal Song; (b) Love scene, Im
I'm a Roamer, from Son and Stranirer..
Characteristic dances from Nutcracker
a) Chinese dance; (h) Iwnre of the
Toy-Pipers: tci Uance of the Bon
Adagio, from Consertsttieck Donanyi
Hungarian Rhapsody Liszt
Ah, Jon Fatale. from Don Carlos Verdi
Introduction and Waltz Stories from
Vienna Woods Strauss
PROGRAM NO. V.
Thursday Evening. May 19, 8. 15 Sharp.
Lyric Suite Grieg
(a) Shepherds Lament; (hi Norwe
gian Rustic March; (e Nocturne;
(rt) March cf the Dwarfs
Minneapolis Sv mphuny orchestra. Emil
Cantata King Olaf F.lgar
Mrs. Lucille Tewaburv. David I '.
I'uggan, Arthur Midd'eton
Omaha Oratorio socitty, Minneapolis Si tn
phony orchestra, J. li. Simms. c. inductor.
doubt. rpeat this triumph of last year.
Mr. Col.ier is - orrpat ed c, the t hit l-y I
the entire N-w York rnt. I
For the concr. g week at tte Hovd h'cn-i
riiic with tl is afternoon, the great Ott.al a !
ass." iat..tn of Howe Trave.ts w f'l j..iit- i
n-y through the datket sp'ts of dm Kt
! Afri.-a. Mr. llowr mil off-' a retna-kHb:-
' ' ri s cf fihiis. shewing the nntiv.s c.f
the Intei lor if the Afrcan wmls and wll.ht-
ness. Just as they l:vc day by day; Just as
1 .ivitit7tt..t, t... --t... t. w... t
Speke. and Colon.-: Koosevelt and othT
great trav tiers, txplortrs and huntt rs have
found them. The home life of the savafe
negroes, their games, sports, tiati'-es. 1 unts I
end all are sh iw n as tl.ey only ci.n tie in'
nature. The danger of h'jr.l.ni; tig gatnt
Is also made apparent by the nctual photo
graphs of hunting scenes and experiences
Thtse picture are tint from poses before
urtic ifial stent ry, but were rea ly tal.t n
in the locality represented, the photog
rapher freQuently taking great risk of life
and limb to secure good pictures. A spl'-ri- I The tnni.iicenn nt .! the C."'Mv- has s. -did
showing cif other Intonating pit t ur. s cut eti tin- ilass ( viinfrotn tie I'lckfinian
will be made. The exhibitions are given . School of Act r g to flip two performance
twice daily, afternoon and evening. The ' i't the theater the afterno m and evening.
new program start this aft-moon.
The Orphtuin presents tics wetk Aniia
be'ie Whltford. lute (,f u r Foiios of lr--ni."
introducing "The Unnkly Ctrl." her
most fascinating study, together with sev
tral new characterization;. A special
feature 1 promised for the close of her
net. The Pildoms. a group of three men.
give a number of plastic rxlilt.iti n on the
order of the antique as w. 11 is the modern
masters. -Miss Rose's Rirthdav." per-'11"'
formed by Cus. Edwards' Kountrv' Kids, is
a characteristically r'iral muslcul comedv.
Songs written exnrcsslv bv Mr. Edwards
are presented by a talented comnanv of
iit,h. p,,iir ,.a in a
and Bassett will do their
farcy skating on a real ikating pond. A
stranded "I'nrle Tom's Cabin" tronjie 1n a
small town fu-nihcs a funny situation for
Fay, Colevs and Fay in a comici.l black
fac" act, introducing crmiedv. smcirg and
dancing. Clement 1 e Ijoop. the iiatilsh
miracle worker in lpiRht-of-hand. makes
his first appearance in this country. His
performance is the mysierv of the billiard
balls, which he produces from nowhere
and returns to nowhere, unwen, when he
has finished his Juggling ffitts. In "Tht
Hoosier (Ii"-1 " Miss K a
Watson has crt-
ated a new character type
Cohan, as "Heiney." gives the contrasting
character. The kinodrome will furnish new
Henry W. SaYage's New York Production
The Operatic Senaallon of All Nations
MABEL WILBLH GEORGE DAMERAL
GERTRUDE HUTCHESON OSCAR FIGMAN
HAROLD BLAKE V. V. STRUNZ
CHARLFS E. WRIGHT ARTHUR WOO LEV
AND lOO OTHERS
MAY 15, 16-WILLIAM COLLIER, In "A LUCKY STAR"
Starting Sunday Mai iner. May 1
Saturday at 2:158.15 Every
Lyman H. Howe's Travel Festival
SPECIAL FEATURES Hunting Trip in Darkest Africa; Educating
Wind Children; In the Pyrenees; Spain; A I51rtodlens Hull Pighl ; Scenes
in Jerusalem; The Scotsman. Scotland' Greatest Xespaier; Sunny
Italy; The Runaway Tr;iin; Exquisite Views and Many Others.
Positively trie Last Week
htili IXSPECTIOX OF THE
n r n
I'ourleen Eveting" I'htial Maliix i-t-.
IYI&Y DAY FETE
A Sle la ulflr 1 ersi lmrean IHicrliwetiti l.t.
CHANGE O - PR .GRAM EACH EVEN NC
CzziBr Proper Begins Monday Evening
COME OVER. lOOK AROuHD. T'S GFtfc-AT
OMAHA MAY MUSIC FESTAL
May 17-18-19; Tuesday, Wednesday, ThnrscL;;v Evc;;;ngs;
Wednesday and Thursday Tiiatinees. Five Concerts.
OMAHA ;:.TOi;iO MK irrV, J. II. Simi. Iiieii r.
MINNEATOETS SVMI'HOW I.KCHESir.A, Emil Oltrr'u'lfer. Coiid'r.
S)1XISTS Mrr.e-. .lann Ot-horn-HanDah, Soiimno, Mel. ()era; Mmc
Krieiu I.aijgi iidorff, Mezo-Soiirano; MrL. Uucille T w dfsliiiry, So
rano; Mariftia H:fby, I'outrallo; I). Ixtrgan, Tenor;
Arthur Milcil' tun, Lat-f; HU-htrd C: rwdi.ky, Viti::iuM ; Carlo
FitKt'tr, C'cllift, and Max Laudou, P'iaLitt.
PRICES Peaaon Ti'ket. ID, $3, 12, Secured This Week May He Ke-i-erved
at riox Office, Tuday, May 10. Addrihb Mr. G. C. Swiuglt-y,
.New Hamilton Apt ; 1'noue, Douglas ilu'.
j-ir:i-' nil t'f o-pi. ;-n otehevt'
p-.rtc f . r 'c" t n' ict for eai b
f 7T1II t.c.
' I'ollt. s of N- k I'm "
th. rio-c atfnctifti i the
" will b
t v t w u e
i "I i. r
p ' 'C
''' lv f r sx .hue. m.t.inc t-f!i'
H"Wrd. h. ft- the ct of f't' i
I'"' In "NiKht Lite m Tv '
' war.l poittsvs tb- pint of a-
"'! '""" A'i'1
w t M knovv n ni'tnltcr if t1 " ' 4"
Austin. P.en Wil-o
Si ni ProV t. Corn.
i Ii Monde. FtHi k'e Gnxy Ha' II v t
I Powder and Ciipnmn. and Hi my P N- I-
s,n a'c fittuo g th princpiil rni eri m m- ' s
Th'io ice secrl stnlu c finti-ees. t 'ion;
w ! I ! H' e the ft'i..ti ' rH'ec-ow cirl."
'the Tic' t V.nchsh tinr" and the "p.iris.an
Ib'Hllty dolls" A iss'ilic ev.iv ct.tr of eN
! tr.ivaiinr.a at the i;nt. live b:iy w i'I
I ! giv en to some ot.tiiti the Biniii'iice tiext
Kl't-lay Jilcht Pat ticuiiir s urn y he luil lit
the box office or fowd on the b lhhoui.h
of Saturday. Mar 7. Besides the dramatic
cluss there w ii be acts from the vaude
ville department. Several novelties will be
presented, among them the original p'n
ductlon of a one-act plav by Chml
Virion, the New York dramatist.
The GRyety will ren-min open all suturon
this season, the attraction being an f -gnnlzation
new to Omaha, the Rnocdii
1 emovw. m.ner me .,,.,,. , v..
Thompson , must ment cmpary. Th'tr
111 'r " ""1 f-' ""' entirely new
set of plsvets. s.ntl to ne vet v eoini'eit iu
Two bills wil' be
ir-. sentti ench wet k at
o;tenltig play nevt S in-
Pl'ulrr P'''1'' "
tly Pfternooii btlr.K
Mi Friend Fn rn
There will tie matinees even
Thursday anil Saturday.
Martin Brothers of this city, who ow n a
camera for taking moving pictures an- mak
ing a number of fi ins showing irittiesfng
kithts in ' I'uah.'i th s.ti" to b ixhibit.-d
i in each town visited by the Truth- F.-.,tst. i-
Lust YVeities.Wi v afternoon tin v look n
j moving picture t f the ladies' niittii amli-
; ence leav ing the Havety thtnt"r at the
I conclusion of the p-r forniut'ct . Muriin
; Krothers stale that the most Inter esttrg
1 feature ot toe pn-iuie is me im .u.n m.
women predominated. There w t-t
women at lust Wedht si! a J ' mat met,
KATritJUY .MATIN KK
RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF
3rd and Last Week
Matinee Tuesday, Thursday and
Niht, Exf'iting Saturday Night
fi tf H 1 tf
SOOTHED AT ONCE
And Soon Cured Perfectly and Eco
nomically Doctor Called It Ec
?ema and Little Sufferer Rubbed
and Twisted All the Time.
CUTICURA AGAIN PROVED
"THE GREAT SKIN CURE"
"Mr ralr b' V was bIh nt nin
notiths old when he liati a bn-iktrg on
fin his tier!, which was vctt annov
ing. It ttstvl to make him verr fretful
ntl cross Itevause it femei- to worrT
him i much. In thei rooanttme 1 wa
Hck myself. 1 Vad niv rlrx'tor hvik at
the tiaiiT and he told me t wa enrm
nd he wantool to t-eut it. Hut a friend
of mine told me she knew it could N
ftirel ohcaftor than are riiM'trir could d''
it f r and in nint h loss time. So I
tarted usinc the Ciitictira Sioap and
Cuticura Dintment which I .on fotini
r-ut was what I ought to have had te
fore. for the ec7.ema s.-emt'd to itch so tha
liabr could not kep his bead still for h
waa niM'inn and twisting all lh timn.
1 ud th ( ulicura Kemexliew about
lhree timo the first day and began U
riotic the good it was doing, for h
bepan to pet rfst from nibrnn hi nt k.
"So I usfd three rake of Cuticura
Ft-vap anil two boms of (titiotira Oint
ment and now no one could tei!l tht b
ever had onv kind of breaking out. and
ince t ht-n I have nrve-r been without th
Cuticura Soap nor the Cuticura Omt
roetit. Mrs. Lula llorner, 1 2 Browns Ct.,
ft. V., W abhington. I. C, Oct. 2, loott."1
SKINS ON FIRE
With torturinR, dinfifrurinR fcsetnu,
ralie uud other itching, burning, tilnad-
iti(. caly and crusted
kin and scalp humor
are inntantJr relieTd.
and techJnind. in th
majontr cf out, by
warm tath mth Cut i-
ciua Soap, to cleanse th
cktn, and renttr an met
ing with Cuticura Otnt-
'JijL. nient , purest ana weet
7wt of emollintg. to
rtothe and lieal the kin.
Cutlrurm Hop (SV ). rtlrura Otntment !
nrl Cutlrura Kttwiirrnt iMir i. tor tti thm inrm at
(li'Wtla! Crated 1111. 2ftr per ! " are mnm
trirfiiiBh.'tut ttir world pvltr Iruf a Cliera Corr
Boir rTnin . j :t. coittmhtM atp.. friNit4Hi Mm
"Tnliptl trne. sr-rtAtrp Ctitiryrtfe rltxik n invaku
tbi Gviae to Truimrut aiid Cur ol tu Btla.
XT XT'B AT Til r J9
pevotecJ to Strictly Hlffc Or a
XaraTacaaaa and TandaTlU
TWICE DAILY r?. MAT. TODAY
X.at EztraTacansa of
Th ''Standmr Room"
Follies ?t!.Y. Paris
CKAS. HOWARD JSE
13 StnnnlBr Broadway BtroUar 12
lO OrUrtcaJ Bcrcrow Dinotrt 10
8 Famou Enf-Uah Bo a
4 Dainty rarialao Dulll 4
'JETrywlr lo Vacant Chair."
EXTRA A nTnlr
'S. a a"V.-.. worth Kirliir
A LIVE BABY
will b given wy rrtday ntrht.
l. Be Billboard or Inqnlr at Boa Of
8 flo for rartlonlar.
ryenln- and Buoday Matin
15c. SBo. 60o and 7bo.
Sr.rtMAT$. 15c &25c fAT
LADIES f At any wrck
SIW Day Matinee.
BAT. VAT. and STIOHT OHXT. May 7
Prorrimi by Cla of 110 of
DICIIEMAI SCHOOL Or ACTX1TO
Adoulon by Invitation Apply to
cla marnber or at school,
1511 JJonpla St.
Berrd Seat: 10c Mat. ; 85c Evening;
Matlne Every Day, S-.16 Wight,
Vteek Beginning Today
' Ti.c C'rigina) Klinkly Girl,
Annabel. e Whitfrd
I,nt Eaatur Follle 1907-08-09, in a
Incomparable Bepreaentation of tb
World' Plaetic Statuary. Com
posed by Paul Seldom.
GUS EDWARDS' COUKTRY KIDS
In Tl,. ir One-Art Truly Ttural Comedy
'Mi B.o' Birthday."
Butler ; nd Da -sett
Taney Skatmf on Bal lc.
FAY, TW3 FDLEYS and FAY
Uccl Tom' to
Tv- ii Hrtii'lf unrt Twelve H:iliaiil lirills
W.tion and Cohan
i:riil i "t .m -ij l'i Ttit-ir ".i.t-Ait l'u-
li.t Hi t 't'lie'll .
"Tb Hooiler Girl."
Always tbe Newest in Motion Firturea
MiiMlih't' M csfral Y t. vr-
Crpheu-n Concert Orchestra
16 Tulaoted Knsician 15
Price 10c, arc. 50c and 76c.
Rsv. Thos, H, McDonnell
Will Speak At Tb
Y. M. C. A.
TO DAT. MAT 1 AT 4 O'CLOCK
jTTJTO BOX.O IT JOHW K. BOrUXX
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